After Anette Sagen already won this winter's first ladies' Continental Cup competition on Friday, the local hero was also clearly the best on Saturday. She won ahead of her teammates Gyda Enger and Anna Odine Stroem.
With 95 m and 96 m, Anette Sagen once again showed the longest jumps in both rounds. With this top performance the 28-year-old took her second win in a row with 249.0 points.
Like already on the day before the second place went to Gyda Enger, this time with 91 m and 94 m and 239.0 points. Anna Odine Stroem, with 89 m fifth after the first round, jumped on 91 m in the final and moved up to third overall with 223.5 points and completed the triple victory for the hosting team.
Alissa Johnson of the USA could not repeat her podium finish from Friday, but as fourth she was again among the best. Behind the American, the two best Germans, Anna Rupprecht and Ramona Straub, finished fifth and sixth.
With Jenny Synnoeve Hagemoen in seventh, four Norwegians were in the Top 10 also in the second competition in front of their home crowd. She was followed by young Russian (Sofya Tikhonova (8th), Abby Hughes of the USA (9th) and Juliane Seyfarth of Germany (10th).
With her two wins, Anette Sagen leads in the overall ranking of the COC with the maximum amount of 200 points, ahead of Gyda Enger (180 points) and Alissa Johnson (110 points).